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SEG-Jahrestagung 2015 in Bern

 

Global Capitalism and the Challenge of Well-Being in the World

Annual Conference of the Swiss Ethnological Society

SEG Jahrestagung – Colloque annuel de la SEE

 

 

Institute of Social Anthropology, University of Bern, 12-14 November 2015

 

Venue: Institute of Social Anthropology, University of Bern, Lerchenweg 36, 3000 Bern

 

Thursday, 12 November 2015/ Opening Program for Members Only

16.00-18.00      F-111        General Assembly/ Mitgliederversammlung/ Assemblée générale SEG/SSE

18.00-20.15                        Film screening Paradise in my Mind (2015, 96’), in the presence of filmmaker/producer Sandra Mooser

20.30                                    Dinner at restaurant «Casa d’Italia», Bühlstrasse 57 (GA participants only)

 

Friday, 13 November 2015/ Conference

09.00-10.00                         Registration, Welcome coffee at the Unitobler foyer, Lerchenweg 36

10.00-12.00                         Session 1

 

F 013       I: New Values and Regulations in Capitalism

F 006      II: Uncertainties and Precarization: Good Lives, Bad Lives: Changing Livelihoods Between Security and Precarization

F-123     IV: Dirty Business: Economies of the Used, the Used Up and the Useless

F-103     VII: Health, Care and Well-Being: Incentivized Human Behavior in Health and Health Care: Ethnographic Perspectives

F-102     VIII: Being Welcome, Being Well

 

12.00-14.00                         Lunch break (not sponsored by local organizer)

14.00-16.00                         Session 2

 

F 013      I: New Values and Regulations in Capitalism

F 006      II: Uncertainties and Precarization: Uncertainties as a Playground for Moralities

F-123     IV: Dirty Business: Economies of the Used, the Used Up and the Useless

S 221      VI: Mediating Precariousness: Creative Ethnographic Practices in an Era of Crisis

F-103     VII: Health, Care and Well-Being: Ambiguous Intimacies: Perspectives from the Public Health Field

F-102     VIII: Being Welcome, Being Well

 

16.00-16.30                         Coffee break, Unitobler foyer, Lerchenweg 36

16.30-16.45         F 021      Plenary Session I: Welcome address

Prof. Dr. Peter Finke, President SEG/SSE, Head Department of Social Anthropology and Cultural Studies, University of Zurich

Prof. Dr. Sabine Strasser, co-director Institute of Social Anthropology, University of Bern

 

16.45-18.15                         Keynote lecture                 

Prof. Dr. Miriam Ticktin (The New School, New York): Innocence: A Political Concept, and an Anthropological Limit?

 

18.30                                     Conference buffet at the Unitobler foyer, Lerchenweg 36 (registration necessary)

 

Saturday, 14 November 2015/ Conference

08.30-09.00                         Registration, Unitobler foyer, Lerchenweg 36

09.00-10.30         F-123     Plenary Session II: Roundtable

The Postdoc Hamster Wheel: On the Situation of Anthropology Postdocs in Switzerland

10.30-11.00                         Coffee break, Unitobler foyer, Lerchenweg 36

11.00-13.00                         Session 1

 

F 006      II: Uncertainties and Precarization: Uncertainties as a Playground for Moralities

S 221      III: WG “Anthropology and Education”: Counter-Hegemonic Discourses within       Educational Spaces: Capitalism, Well-Being, and Other Narratives

F-102     V: Constitutionality: A New Form of Bottom-Up Resource-Governance

F-103     IX: CAV: Contesting Invisibilities – Practices of Resistance and Political Agency in   Ethnographic Filmmaking

 

13.00-13.30                         Lunch snack (sponsored by local organizer), Unitobler foyer, Lerchenweg 36

 

13.30-15.00                         Session 2

 

S 221      III: WG “Anthropology and Education”: Counter-Hegemonic Discourses within Educational Spaces: Capitalism, Well-Being, and Other Narratives

F-103     IX: CAV: Contesting Invisibilities – Practices of Resistance and Political Agency in Ethnographic Filmmaking               

 

 

End of the conference